Webcasts: Oracle Data Mining

How to do Data Mining for free? See these webcasts- unless you are too busy writing cheques for other softwares.

Wednesday, November 4, 12 noon Eastern
BIWA SIG Wednesday TechCast Series – 11th Event!
Oracle Data Mining for Text, Clustering, and Classification: Case Study of the Oracle OpenWorld Recommendation Engine
Mark Hornick –  Oracle Data Mining Development – Oracle

Returning from Oracle OpenWorld 09, some of the hot topics for data mining include text mining, document clustering, and recommendation engines. Learn how Oracle Data Mining was used in the Schedule Builder application at Oracle OpenWorld 2008 and 2009 to generate session recommendations and find similar and related sessions. This session includes a demonstration using the advanced text mining features of the Oracle Data Miner user interface. We also characterize recommendation effectiveness using objective test metrics and summarize recommendation usage.

Mark Hornick is Senior Manager, Data Mining Development, in Oracle’s Server Technology organization.  He has many years experience in data mining and is a leader of the JSR-73 standards body for data mining.  Mark wrote the book  Java Data Mining:  Strategy, Standard and Practice.

Audio Dial-In: 866 682 4770  Audio Meeting ID:  1683901  Audio Meeting Passcode:  334451
Web Conference:
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Other Wednesday TechCasts Coming Soon (always at noon Eastern time)
– Mark Your Calendars!

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    Swapan Golla and Tom Ruhlman – Analytics and Gallup Net Analytics, Gallup Inc.
  • December 9, 2009 – Best practices for deploying a Data Warehouse on Oracle Database 11g
    Maria Colgan – Oracle Data Warehousing Product Management, Oracle
  • Author: Ajay Ohri


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